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Pair of Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Tapped as Georgia "Rising Stars"

Pair of Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Tapped as Georgia "Rising Stars"


February 25, 2010

ATLANTA — The 2010 listing of Georgia's up-and-coming attorneys, published by Law & Politics® magazine, includes Atlanta lawyers Aaron E. Pohlmann and Jennifer Pritzker Sender of Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP.

Pohlmann was recognized for his work in the areas of employee benefits and ERISA. At Smith Moore Leatherwood, Pohlmann focuses his practice on employee benefits, ERISA, life, health, and disability insurance, and employment litigation. He regularly represents employers, insurers, managed healthcare entities, third-party administrators and ERISA plan sponsors in litigation.

Sender, meanwhile, was highlighted for her work as a member of the firm's health care practice. Her practice is devoted primarily to corporate and health care regulatory issues involving hospitals, nursing homes, physicians and ancillary providers. She assists a variety of health care clients, including academic medical centers, hospitals, imaging centers, physician practices, and individual providers, on a wide range of regulatory and operational matters, including the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark law, corporate governance, clinical trial work, and employment matters.

The Georgia Rising Star selections are compiled annually by the Law & Politics, based on a detailed multi-step nomination process that includes multiple surveys, research and peer evaluation. In order to be eligible for consideration as a Rising Star, a candidate must be 40 years of age and younger or have been in practice for ten years or less.

Contact:
Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
336.275.7000, ext. 23
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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